thunderbird -> kmail
I am considering shifting from thunderbird to kmail . I have tried
kmail but could not figure out couple of things. I am wondering if kmail
has support for the following things?
1) Reply to list support
In thunderbird, It is either Reply or Reply to All. Does kmail do a
better job in this regard or is it as lame as thunderbird?
2) Using other editors
I would like to use vim or gvim to compose my emails. Currently
thunderbird does not have any facility to use a custom editor. Does
kmail have this feature?
3) Thread support
Is it possible to sort the messages by threads instead of
date/sender etc., This is possible in thunderbird. But I could not
figure out how to do this in kmail.
4) Spam and Junk mail control
Thunderbird has very good support in terms of spam filtering. It can
even adapt its spam filters as time goes on. How good is kmail in terms
of spam filtering? I am not planning to use spamassassin etc., I am
looking for in-built spam controls.
Now before any one jumps in and says to use mutt, I am considering only
graphical clients and one which integrates well with other PIM stuff
like konqueror, kaddressbook, korganizer etc., So mutt is out of
question. I have only KDE and there is no gnome. So Evolution is out of
Using Debian KDE 3.5.2